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Expand your laptop’s capabilities with a USB-C hub on sale


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Expand your laptop’s capabilities with a USB-C hub on sale

TL;DR: Increase the number of ports at your disposal with the EVRI FLEX USB-C Hub, on sale for $39.95 — a 50% savings — as of Feb. 23.


What are you supposed to do when your laptop doesn't have enough ports to get the job done? Grab this EVRI FLEX USB-C Hub.

The EVRI FLEX expands your plug-in power with four extra connections: a USB-C PD port, two USB 3.0 ports, and an HDMI port. Use the 4K HDMI to output video from your laptop to a crisp high-resolution 4K monitor (if your computer supports 4K). You can quickly transfer documents, video, music files, and more. Plus, you don’t have to sacrifice your type-C port to plug in the hub. Read more...

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